Pearl River's (Miss.) Dalvon Stuckey is currently committed to Miami, but that isn't stopping the former Florida prepster from taking a few visits down the road, including to a school that just offered him recently.
"Nebraska just offered me a couple days ago, but they are telling me that I would make a big impact in the first season I was there, that I would start probably," said Stuckey to Big Red Report. "They are pretty good up front on their defensive line usually. I was talking with one of their coaches and he was just sharing how young they are up there. They really need an older guy to make some plays and I'm used to that."
In addition to visiting Nebraska in December, Stuckey will also stop by West Virginia on December 6th. Currently he plans to graduate in mid-December, to be enrolled at his school of choice for spring football.
"I really want a good education. That's really important to me," said Stuckey. "The fan base is also really important. I want to feel comfortable where ever I go. Those are the biggest things."
Stuckey is currently 6-foot-3 and around 300-pounds.